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post #1 of 16 Old 07-08-2004, 5:54 PM Thread Starter
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Hi,
Let me briefly introduce myself. First post on this forum. My name is Gio. Live in the Bay Area. Been riding for over a year and few months.
My bikes includes a 00 996, 03 R6, a few ninja's and recently a 1000RR.
I race AFM (#934). excited to get my first race soon with 600production.

I feel like I live on my bike in the santa cruz mountain. It's one sport that I've enjoy since the first day and it's only getting better. Hope to post something soon.

Well, I have a question maybe someone can answer really quick. I drop my passenger seat after filling gas and wondering if any place I could get a plastic rear seat cowl. The one that has a little back hump in front of the cowl. Thanks and ride safely.

--Gio
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Re: 1000RR

Honda makes one for it... Call Ron Ayers and ask them.
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Welcom to the org.
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Hi,
Let me briefly introduce myself. First post on this forum. My name is Gio. Live in the Bay Area. Been riding for over a year and few months.
My bikes includes a 00 996, 03 R6, a few ninja's and recently a 1000RR.
I race AFM (#934). excited to get my first race soon with 600production.

I feel like I live on my bike in the santa cruz mountain. It's one sport that I've enjoy since the first day and it's only getting better. Hope to post something soon.

Well, I have a question maybe someone can answer really quick. I drop my passenger seat after filling gas and wondering if any place I could get a plastic rear seat cowl. The one that has a little back hump in front of the cowl. Thanks and ride safely.

--Gio


The cowl with the hump is the one for the 600RR. The one for the 1000RR has the vents on top instead of the hump. They can be swapped as well.
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Welcome to da' .org! Nice stable of bikes you've got there!

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The cowl with the hump is the one for the 600RR. The one for the 1000RR has the vents on top instead of the hump. They can be swapped as well.
Thanks, I'll call my dealer and see

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Thanks, I'll call my dealer and see

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Don't forget to check www.ronayers.com He has some of the lowest prices on OEM stuff, not to mention he sponsors this site
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Re: 1000RR

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Hi,
Let me briefly introduce myself. First post on this forum. My name is Gio. Live in the Bay Area. Been riding for over a year and few months.
My bikes includes a 00 996, 03 R6, a few ninja's and recently a 1000RR.
I race AFM (#934). excited to get my first race soon with 600production.

I feel like I live on my bike in the santa cruz mountain. It's one sport that I've enjoy since the first day and it's only getting better. Hope to post something soon.

Well, I have a question maybe someone can answer really quick. I drop my passenger seat after filling gas and wondering if any place I could get a plastic rear seat cowl. The one that has a little back hump in front of the cowl. Thanks and ride safely.

--Gio

you have bikes that powerful and you've only been riding a year, must be pretty good. good luck in the races, don't forget to put a fireblades sticker on the bike

if you can't convince them, confuse them.
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you have bikes that powerful and you've only been riding a year, must be pretty good. good luck in the races, don't forget to put a fireblades sticker on the bike


That's a great learning curve! Good luck racing.
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Re: 1000RR

In case you intrested, Targa has one as well...
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Re: 1000RR

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you have bikes that powerful and you've only been riding a year, must be pretty good. good luck in the races, don't forget to put a fireblades sticker on the bike
Yes, that's what everyone says, but I ride everyday. I put in 35,000 mile of twisties in the last year alone and do trackdays quite often. I use to race cars with SCCA. The RR is my first Honda and it's all cracked up to be what Honda is!

I'm thinking of making this Honda a AMA race replica, but haven't decided yet.
Thanks for all the link to the seat cowl!

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Re: 1000RR

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In case you intrested, Targa has one as well...
Wow! That has to be te best looking 1000rr I have seen. Nice.. I wasnt too thrilled with the color schemes for the 1000rr and hope they bring back the yellow/black. Yours is nicely done ..
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Wow! That has to be te best looking 1000rr I have seen. Nice.. I wasnt too thrilled with the color schemes for the 1000rr and hope they bring back the yellow/black. Yours is nicely done ..
I'll take a compliment from pimp any day, Thanks
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Re: 1000RR

I agree W/pimp. Awsome look'n RR Jealous my little 945
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